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Feb 27, 2013 5:30pm PST
his words, diane, he will be hidden to the world. >> all right, george, our thanks to you. and, of course, when the pope leaves, it will be up to the cardinals and their vote. and here's one snapshot from a modern pilgrimage. there he was, boston's cardinal o'malley, on the plane to rome, with a newspaper, wearing his signature simple brown robe. and we were all rewinding this tape today. seven years ago, take a look. there, sealed with a ribbon, a key turns and a new pope, pope benedict, is shown around his new home. the papal apartment. there are ten rooms, floors of 16th century marble. a library crowned with an antique ceiling. and soon, another man will be passing through that door, a pope chosen in the mysterious ritual known as the conclave. abc's david wright tells us about the ancient vote to come. >> reporter: before the cardinals file into the sistine chapel and lock the doors behind them, technicians will have pulled up the floorboards to install cell phone jamming devices. violating the secrecy is punishable by excommunication. >> it's a way of ensuring that the voice
Feb 27, 2013 6:00pm PST
can have college free. >> diane is director east bay college fund awarding its own scholarships and helps students. >> it's possible for many students to have their college education paid for. >> diane shows us some of the thousands of scholar shipz listed online. many are being awarded now. many will go unclaimed. >> thousands of, thousands of dollars left on the table because people do not apli. they didn't know bit. didn't spend 10 minutes to fill out forms. >> hundreds of companies and foundations offer grants, often for very specific types of students. >> someone who is child of someone involved in coal mining. there are farm workers children scholarships there are for people who went to prom in duct tape. >> sure enough there is a scholarship by the duct tape company. awarded to students who made a prom outfit out of duct tape z may have a few tour in design carlos aplig was work but reward will last a lifetime. >> don't ab frayed to put yourself out there. be like do you know what? yes. i want to do that, but i need help pe. have said yes. we'd love to help you there is a imp
Feb 27, 2013 9:00pm PST
believe in me. >> you can have college for free. >> diane dodge is director of the east bay college fund which awards its own scholarships and helps students find others. >> it is very possible for many students to have the complete college education paid for. >> diane shows us some of the thousands of scholarships listed online. many are being awarded reit now and yet many will go unclaim. >> thousands of thousands of dollars are left on the table every year because people did not apply. didn't know about it. didn't spend the ten minutes to actually fill out the form. >> hundreds of company and town dabs offer grants often for very specific types of students. >> someone who is a child of someone who is involved in coal mining. there are farm workers children scholarships. there are scholarships for people who went to prom in duct tape. >> sure enough a scholarship by the duct tape company. awarded to students who made a prom outfit out of duct tape and may have a future in design. >> for carlos applying was a lot of work but the reward will last a lifetime. >> you might have fear. put y
FOX News
Feb 28, 2013 2:00am PST
. fox business network diane macedo has the story. >> hi patti ann. a new congressional report says taxpayers picked up the tab for 894 conferences in 2012 to the tune of $340 million and that only covers those conferences that cost at least 100,000 dollars. the total figure is likely higher. those in conjunction with the house over site and government freerm committee also shows some agencies are far more fond than their convictions than others. the labor department for example held four big ticket conferences last year keeping the bill under $1 million even the gsa would cut back held only 3. the defense department the biggest department in dc held nearly 300 conferences at a cost of $89 million. the department of veteran affairs held 127 at a cost of 72.7 million the justice department held 107 at a cost of 58.7 million and health of human services held 140 at a cost of $56.1 million. one example of what that money goes to? the va spent 52,000 dollars to produce a video parody of the movie patton. government cuts are expect to do kick in tomorrow. some claim washington could snow
Feb 28, 2013 10:00am PST
meeting this morning, but she sends her resolved. she's determined and you know when diane is determined. (applause). >> supervisor cohen, leadership, we chatted with her yet and she talked about violence in the community and what that means to children who have to experience it, even if you are not personally apparently injured but that they are traumatickly injured and we thank melia for her leadership as well. now we come to the part of the program that goes to the core of the matter. the mayor is against illegal guns and that initiative, which is a national and very strong initiative, the chief talks about being part of the police chiefs who spoke from a congressional perspective, joe has worked with the vice president on this subject. all of our focus in the house and the leadership of congressman mike thompson, a gun owner, a hunter, a vietnam vet, a wounded vietnam vet, a person who understands these issues in a very, very important way but i won't talk about how he understands it, let him tell us. we thank you for your leadership and your courage in undertaking this as
Feb 27, 2013 5:00pm PST
off. george? >> reporter: diane, history was made here in st. peter's square today. no one has ever seen a pope say good-bye like this.
Feb 27, 2013 10:00pm PST
. diane feinstein proposed the ban to end assault-style weapons. >> and that is legal today. >> reporter: republican s like lindsey graham say the bill would violate a person's right to bear arms and ignore the lack of law enforcement for current laws. >> i'm frustrated w say one thing, how important it is, but in the real world we absolutely do nothing to enforce the laws on the books. >> reporter: the senator questioned milwaukee's police chief. >> i want to stop 76 -- i want to finish the answer. i want to stop 76,000 people from buying guns illegally. that's what a background check does. if you think we're going to do paperwork prosecution, you're wrong. >> reporter: joe biden and new york mayor bloomberg met at the white house to share their support for the ban. >> jesse was the love of my life. [ crying ] >> reporter: change will come too late for neal's son. >> democrats admit they don't have the votes for an assault weapons ban. they are making more headway on a measure to strengthen background checks. a bipartisan bill to do that could be introduced in the next couple of weeks.
Feb 28, 2013 12:30pm PST
any questions. i have other planning staff members here, chris kern, liz waddy and diane osh mafrom port staff if you have questions as well as jessie [inaudible] and ellen warner from the golden state warriors if you have questions afterwards. i will start with jenn from the office of work force development. >> good afternoon commissioners, president fong and the rest of the commissioners. thank you very much. i am very pleased to be here. i want the project manager for the piers 30-32 and sea wall lot 330 working with staff in order to develop this project and move it forward. we have been working closely with the planning department from the inception when this project was first announced in may and all fall we have been working collaboratively as you will hear on describe and transportation issues. today's presentation is a presentation that has been evolving, receiving feedback from various stakeholders, community groups, the advisory port group and staid lands. we wanted to give you an opportunity now to understand some of the foundational ideas that have been presented for th
Feb 28, 2013 12:00am PST
all of the people, red foxx, sammy davis, jr., diane carol, all of the people, you are the longest running. >> also, i own the show. i do not work for the hotels like the others did. i set the price of the ticket, everything like that. so i set the prices high. tavis: how have you managed to that? that is a long time to be a headliner. >> it is a long time, but people are coming back. i am so blessed. you watch the news. i watch you. the jokes pop up. i tell people in las vegas that they should love black men. black people love air conditioning. when you go to las vegas, it is 115 degrees at midnight. people would get killed in las vegas if it were not for the black man. air-conditioning and traffic lights. tavis: how do you after all of these years, up with things? you cannot tell the same jokes for 10 years. >> i get scared, people coming back. i can go back to things that have changed. let's just go back to jamaica. what was in london, the olympics. the guy running so fast. usain bolt. he kept running. he would have come in third. the little black girl, gabby douglas. i had not
Feb 28, 2013 7:00am PST
state of gun control legislation. >> i'm going to bring in congresswoman diane black, a tennessee republican on the budget ways and means committee. it's good to see you congresswoman. >> mark kelley was talking about the misinformation that's out there over the gun issue and yesterday we saw sarah palin post a face book message, we're going to default eventually and that's why the feds are stockpiling bullets in case of civil unrest. not so sinister, homeland security is stockpiling ammo for target practice, two you condemn these tactics that are being used? >> let me just say that my heart just goes out to the newtown parents and the entire community that was just devastated by this violence and so we see this in a much smaller way, all across our country every day, with violence in general. i want to make sure that we're looking at this issue intelligently and from all -- why adam lanza did what he did. unprecedented levels of violent games, music, so on. none of these things that we're talking about right now that are the biggest in the message is really going to help what hap
Feb 28, 2013 3:00pm PST
. his influence is still being felt but he's not wild widely known. any first would be diane nash from nashville. she had pioneer the freedom rides when adult freedom rides broke down in birmingham because they were beaten so badly. she took a group down from nashville and said we cannot let violence stop the movement. it became a summer-long phenomenon that created one big movement of nationwide activists out of a lot of little scattered movements. that was only the beginning of her contributions. i'll say just briefly, martin luther king jr. selma voting rights campaign was written on a notebook by her in 1963 as a reaction to the birmingham church bombing. she took it and nagged dr. king until he did it. she had tremendous intellectual influence in expanding the scope and identity of the civil rights movement on several occasions in the 60s. >> there are so many people that we don't know enough, and another member of snick we talked to julian about the fact that people are not learning about this enough right now. i know you've written a condensed volume. is part of that effort
FOX Business
Feb 28, 2013 11:00am EST
an account. diane: it is the international monetary fund realizing it will cut the growth forecast for the united states and the global economy. the automatic spending cuts take effect in the u.s. tomorrow. the imf says the biggest trading partners with the u.s. are going to be the most affected by the impact of the so-called sequester. the automatic spending cuts would trigger u.s. credit downgrade but failure to raise the statutory debt limit almost certainly will. a new report from the federal reserve bank of new york show young americans having a tougher time repaving college loans. 35% of people under 30 were 90 days late on their student loan payments at the end of last year. that is up from 26% in 2008. that is the latest from the fox business network giving you the power to prosper. [ male announcer ] you are a business pro. executor of efficiency. you can spot an amateur from a mile away... while going shoeless and metal-free in seconds. and from national. because only national lets you choo any car in the aisle...and go. you can even take a full-size or above,
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